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PMPV Celebrates graduations

Jake Trenary (Ferguson Enterprises) acted as emcee at June 11 event

Celebratory dinners were held in June to honor the graduating fourth year apprentices in Northern Virginia and Hampton Roads.  All graduating apprentices, their employers and families are invited to the events to recognize the commitment and accomplishment of students.

On June 4, 10 graduates from Norfolk Technical Center plumbing apprentice program were recognized at a dinner held at Aberdeen Barn.  Local television anchor Joe Flanagan served as guest speaker and shared his appreciation for the trades.

Graduates of the Fairfax County Public Schools plumbing and HVAC apprentice programs were honored, along with their employers and families.  Longs Corporation CEO Theresa Dagenhart addressed the graduates and urged them to become involved in PMPV/PHCC NV to advance their learning and contribute to the trades.

Traditionally, PHCC NV also recognizes top students in each class in each discipline for excellence based on attendance, performance, class participation and other factors.  Students recognized in the field were given equipment supplied by Thomas Somerville or gift cards.  This year’s honorees are:

HVAC

Year One                                              Dylan Nemzek

Year Two                                                  Lev England

Year Three                                                      JR Olivo

Year Four                                            Edwin Medrano

Plumbing

Year One                                       Matthew J. Kocher

Year Two                                                 Doug Gadell

Year Three                               Demetros Zourzourkis

Year Four                                               Richard Terry

 

 

Hampton Roads Plumbing Graduates

Richard Hale

Jared Quinn

Katherine Lindsey

Frank N. Goodrich

Vastan Brown

Tyler J. Rogers

Randall M. Nicholson

Nicholas LaClair

Alex L. Komlev

Nathan T Boggs

Fairfax Public Schools HVAC Graduates

Troy Baxter

Craig Bouck

Alexander Castilho

Alvaro Choque

Samuel Contreras

Jose Dorca

Guirguis Faltaos

Harry Griffith

Victor Guerrero

Javier Gutierrez

Emno Henriquez

Jason Howard

Gary Huard

Christian King

Carlos Marquina

Josh McDowell

Edwin Medrano

Miguel Mendez

Tesfa Nicome

Adrian Orellana

Martin Puentes

Joshua Rayback

Jose Rivera-Quintanilla

Ramon Rodriguez

Gabino Santos

Kevin Taylor

Christopher Teets

Edwuin Ventura

Shawn Washington

Fairfax Public Schools Plumbing Graduates

Luis Astete Serrano

Gerardo Caceres

Juan Campos Calderon

Kenneth Chung

Darryl Coleman

Marc Coleman

William Crockett Jr.

Lawrence Garner

Brian Hensley

Curtis Johnson

Justin Kidwell

Guido Miranda-Vasquez

Christian Ochoa

Limbert Pardo

Edgardo Patron

Stephen Savoy

William Skelsey

Richard Terry

Plumbing Apprentice contest taps nathan boggs

The Plumbing and Mechanical Professionals of Virginia hosted 12 apprentices from Virginia on April 10 in Fairfax for the annual Plumbing Apprentice Competition.  Each student was required to rough-in a three piece bath to exacting specifications within seven hours.  The results were reviewed by a team of judges and fourth-year apprentice Nathan T. Boggs of Virginia Beach was declared the winner.  Two contestants will be invited to represent PMPV at the PHCC National Convention October 8-10 in New Orleans.

PMPV Member featured in National promotion

The Plumbing and Mechanical Professionals of Virginia (PMPV) is a chartered affiliate of the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors National Association (PHCC). PMPV members cover the entire range of plumbing and HVAC contractors in Virginia, from small companies to large contractors,  with a wide range of services covering both residential and commercial projects. Our members are reputable contractors who agree to abide by our Code of Ethics in their business practices.

PMPV Mission and Vision

The mission of the Plumbing & Mechanical Professionals of Virginia is to provide networking, information, education, and training to its statewide membership as well as tracking legislation and providing a forum for problem solving.The vision of PMPV is to provide a growing membership with the resources, education, and public recognition they need to expand their businesses in the most professional and profitable manner.

Officers and Directors

PMPV is governed by its Executive Committee and Committee Chairs. Members may contact PMPV leadership members at any time.

Membership Benefits

Being a chartered affilitate of the PHCC National Association, PMPV members enjoy a wide variety of member benefits on the national, state, and local level which helps provide the resources they need to expand their business. If you or your firm is interested in becoming a member, visit the Members page where you can download a membership application.

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